Tagged: software

Mayan Mysteries by Dig-It Games (review)

There is nothing better than having summer vacation start with a new video game for those days when it’s just-too-hot to be outside! The Mayan Mysteries Online Game is an experience in interactive archaeology from...

Review – Math Rider

Cheyenne has been playing Math Rider, a math drill game, this last few weeks to brush up on her mental math skills. We’ve reviewed Math Rider in the past – during our review of...

Action Alert

We all know it’s important to be ever-vigilant about what our kids are doing on the internet. And while we KNOW that, and KNOW that the best way to do that is to supervise...

Great math game redux

Math Rider has a new version out, and our family recently got to take it for a test run! As a family, we had some mixed feelings going into this review –  we’d tried...

Keyboard Town Pals

With our computer-driven society, we all know that it’s essential for today’s children to learn to type – and the younger they learn, the easier so many other tasks become. My daughter, Cheyenne (9),...

Scrivener – A writer’s toolbox

Literature and Latte has released the latest beta of Scrivener for Windows today. (Yay!) They’re not quite ready for a full 1.0 release, but in the meantime, the beta versions are free – and...

Online / software student planners

I’m starting online college classes (again) in a couple of weeks. I’m excited. I’m scared. I’m determined to be organized and stay ahead of schedule. So of course, I went looking for online planners....